Arduino Kit equipped with various electronic components ready to support you to make the Arduino projects more interesting. You can try to stringing one Arduino project from each exercise using the components in this kit.
Arduino — a minimum system that will be the brains of all the projects you will create.
Breadboard — a test board where you can build a variety of electronic circuits without having to soldering from one foot of components to the feet of another component, to connect them just simply place them on the holes of each row.
The inner construction of a breadboard looks like in the picture, from each row of 1-30 holes, the 5 holes labeled A-e are all connected, so are the 5 holes F-J connected all. On the second side of the hole there are label-(negative) and + (positive) is shaken all from the far left to the right end.
Jumper cables — used to connect each leg of the component far apart on the breadboard, and to connect from the component’s feet to the Arduino board.
Light Emitting Diode (LED) – is a type of diode that can glow when traversed by electric current. Like all diode types, the electric current only flows one way through this component. You
Anode feet, which are usually associated with positive voltages have longer legs, while the cathode feet are shorter in size.
The RGB LED — is an LED that contains three flaming red-green-blue (red-green-blue) base LEDS, the combination of the three colors with different brightness levels can produce all the color combinations.
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) — is an alphanumeric viewer that uses liquid crystals as its medium. This LCD type is contained in several sizes and shapes. Used in this Kit has 2 lines with 16 character each row.
Buzzer — an electrical component that functions to convert electric vibrations into sound vibrations. There are two types of buzzer is an active buzzer (producing vibration alone with rated 5V voltage) and passive buzzer (requires a voltage pulse simulation to produce vibration sound), in this Kit use the active buzzer 5V. You can use a buzzer to create simple music.
Resistors — function to inhibit electrical flow on the circuit, resulting in a change in current and voltage. The resistor value is expressed in Ω (Ohm). The circular color ring arrangement of the resistor body indicates the value of the slave.
Photoresistor — (also referred to as LDR – the lightdependent resistor) is a resistor variable whose resistance value depends on the intensity received on the sensor surface.
Potentiometer — is a resistor whose resistance value can be adjusted according to the position of the knob round. While on both sides of the foot potentiometer is given 5V and positive ground tension, then at the middle foot will emit a voltage variable from 0-5V according to the position of round knob.
Push button — is a switch that connects the current to a circuit when the knob is pressed. A suitable switch is mounted on a digital pin input to detect the signal on/off.
Servo — is a motor that has a gearbox and can rotate with a precise position as instructed, for this type can only rotate 180 degrees. The rotation can be controlled by giving the voltage pulse of the Arduino output analog, the pulse of the voltage that ordered the servo to spin at a certain position.
The Relay module — essentially a relay is an electronically controlled switch, to change the condition of the switch to on or off using an electric current imposed on a magnet in it. In this relay module in addition to the existing relay components are equipped also with components of Tabahan such as LEDs as indicators, transistors as controllers, and terminals, Sehngga easy to use with Arduino with 5V working voltage.
DHT11 — is a sensor to measure the temperature and humidity of the ambient air. The Output coming out of this sensor is data, requiring the use of libraries in the sketch program. To read data from this sensor requires only one digital pin signal with data readings every 2 seconds, as well as VCC (Power 5V) and GND (Ground) pins.
Ultrasonic modules — can serve as proximity sensors to measure distances from 2cm-400cm and have an accuracy rate of about 3mm. In this module there is an ultrasonic sensor receiver, transmitter and control circuit. There are only four pins to connect it with Arduino: VCC (Power 5V), Trig (Trigger), Echo (Receive), and GND (Ground).
USB Cable — works to connect between Arduino Uno and computer devices or Android (need OTG adapter), as a programming path. Through this USB cable also serves to provide a voltage source for each series of projects connected to the Arduino.